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If your style is modern: Natural maple lends itself well to modern styles. “It’s more of a Norwegian-looking design with a clean look and not a lot of variation,” Zheng says. Gray-stained oak and boards without knots create a clean aesthetic that also works in modern settings. If your style is traditional:
Also, boards with knots and wider planks fit a more traditional style. Of course, designers do incredibly creative things with mixing old and new, so don’t discount a wood just because it’s considered more appropriate for a certain style. Playing with grain pattern and stains can yield all sorts of
things.If your style is modern: Natural maple lends itself well to modern styles. “It’s more of a Norwegian-looking design with a clean look and not a lot of variation,” Zheng says. Gray-stained oak and boards without knots create a clean aesthetic that also works in modern settings.If your style is traditional:
Modern Family Room
colors of stone, veneer, and flooring and style. this is what I have in mind. dark flooring grey stone fireplace and light veneer with a dark floating shelves connecting the 2 together. it might be
for the fireplace tools.Style: When planning your built-ins, consider the style of the rest of the room and other nearby pieces. You don't have to match everything, but the style and colors should be complementary. The storage around this fireplace carries through the same style as the cabinetry in the
the rest of the room, and its minimal style works beautifully with the clean lines of the stone surround.
Playing with repetition of objects is a sophisticated way to add a splash of style. Try leaning photos of similar images against your fireplace surround for an easy display.Decorating your mantel
palm springs living room
in this '70s-inspired living room in Palm Springs. Malm Lancer fireplaces were first first produced in the 1960s in Sonoma County, California. This style gained popularity in the '70s and still looks fresh today.”
Can we add a fireplace? This one fits the style.
Love Palm Springs style. Love that light fixture
Don't like the style or color of the fireplace but I like the idea of having a fireplace in the basement even if there is not an existing fireplace
in Sonoma County, California. This style gained popularity in the '70s and still looks fresh today.
Retro. Revive a retro style by adding a quintessential fireplace
The comfy oversized sectional, the bright orange woodstove and the endless glass is great example of current day desert modern style.
Black + White Office
This would be a perfect living area with a fireplace and TV where the camera is placed. The colours are very in right now but I would loose the china style pillows and replace with maybe a block blue colour or some black pillows xx
EW: I’ve heard you are a master at pillow arranging. What are your secrets to styling success? CW: I am a pillow fanatic! I always suggest a 2-2-1 ratio. 2 squares of one pattern, then 2 of another pattern, and then 1 rectangle in the center in another. I love to find a pattern that incorporates multiple
multiple colors and then pull those other colors for the other pillows. The styling secret is down feather inserts — this is a must!
et les magazines viennent dynamiser la déco du salon à l’aide des couleurs jaunes et bleues.D’autres façons d’utiliser la couleurDécouvrez d’autres styles déco
Coeur D’Alene Residence on Lake Coeur D’Alene
Not my usual style but this works. Like the view of an open corridor. Like the views significantly beyond the fireplace.
I envision you a bit cleaner with your style. how does this make you feel?
with concrete. Once it has hardened, the boards are ripped away, exposing the grain of the wood detail and board lines on the concrete.Rain screen–style fir wood panels make up the interior walls. Here they're placed over drywall that's been painted black.
with concrete. Once it has hardened, the boards are ripped away, exposing the grain of the wood detail and board lines on the concrete.Wooden screen-style panels make up the partition walls. Here they’re placed over an existing wall that’s been painted black.
Marcus Gleysteen Architects
Reservoir Living Room
Great way to style firebox in lieu of flames.
is still modern thanks to generous proportions, clean surfaces and minimalist styling.
Embrace wabi-sabi style. The wabi-sabi philosophy, which has its roots in Japan, finds beauty in imperfection
Heavy duty. This intense, vintage style is strictly for heating — you won't be able to view the flames since there's no glass on the doors. Heavy-duty construction means money saved on the
add a renovated 1960s Danish stove. The beautiful piece adds a rustic and authentic touch.Tour this holiday home in New England that’s in a similar style
If Your Style Is Strictly ModernClean lines, a cool neutral palette and geometric shapes are the hallmarks of a modern look. Modern decor is the trickiest to warm up. Relax it: Think like an architect. Look for places where you can introduce horizontal lines — a low media unit, a low-to-the-ground sectional
are told that cool colors are relaxing, the colors of fire add a soothing warmth to keep a modern look from feeling too stark.Tell us: What's your style, and how do you make it comfortable?